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The Australian rocker will perform his back catalogue solo at the piano in the West Hall to a global paying audience

The art-pop veterans, now in their sixth decade as Sparks, proffer another pick’n’mix of surreal nuggets

Venues including the Hampstead Jazz Club, Electric Ballroom, Dingwalls and Aces and Eights warn they could face closure without a package of Government support

The Kenwood Ladies pond swimmers, anti-racist activist Claudia Jones, and 17th century philanthropist Lady Elizabeth Gould join a scheme to remember fabulous women

Frenetic, full-on and danceable new wave debut from Canada’s best new band

The Home Concert Club is running regular family and adult concerts to entertain audiences who are missing classical music - and make sure the performers are paid

The annual arts festival goes online this year with three weeks of music events, book talks, and family activities

The feted singer-songwriter beams a transfixing set straight into your front room – is this the future of live music?

Here are all the details you need to enjoy this year’s online community festival with more than 50 events, exhibitions and walks

Managers need £31,000 a month to pay overheads and stave off bancruptcy

Michelle Clarke’s Serenity Radio will offer interviews, guided meditations, health tips and calming music to heal and help during these anxious times

The all-girl outfit make their best record yet, striding into new sonic territory with their bright melodies and peppy lyrics.

Organisers are planning a week of activities and asking for residents to contribute a poem, a photograph or a craft to a community portrait of ‘lockdown life’

Ninth album from the Mercury Music Prize-winner is a rollercoaster of ebullience and candour

The Islington-based rocker played a home gig last Thursday as part of his campaign to help independent music venues hit by the pandemic

Pat ‘Have Mercy’ Leacock is putting a smile on faces with hot97uk radio station under the tagline ‘Cheering up the Nation...together’

It started from a store cupboard at Chase Farm hospital and now broadcasts 24 hours a day to patients at the Royal Free and Chase Farm including song requests to loved ones

The Urban Tree Festival is taking place online for the first time. Three organisers – a writer of London’s street trees, an Islington tree inspector, and a community gardener – talk about what trees mean to them.

Quartet who were stopped by Police from playing for neighbours are raising money for the St John’s Hospice where their relative was treated

The Hampstead coach, who has worked with Charlotte Church, Will Young and Gareth Malone, says ‘don’t underestimate the power of music’ to make you feel better

Manchester post-punk quartet’s debut LP is dark and doomy, yet easy on the ear.

The Stroud Green festival’s resident ensemble The Telling run free singing workshops via Zoom

A roller-coaster of idiosyncratic compositions from these Manchester misfits

Producing legend Nile Rodgers is among the top names judging entries by budding songwriters from the UK and USA

Top songwriters Jamie Hartman and Jon Green who co-write with Lewis Capaldi and James Bay perform tracks in their home studios to raise money for the Chalk Farm charity


The NHS Test and Trace service brings together testing, contact tracing and outbreak management into an end-to-end service to stop the spread of the virus and help us move out of lockdown.

The UK Government has launched a campaign to shine a light on businesses and employees across the country who have responded to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in remarkable ways and are now going back to business.

Childcare specialists myTamarin take a look at the childcare options available this summer

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